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Next July, theaters were to host the film adaptation of the Uncharted license worn by Tom Holland. But once again, the release date is postponed.
The information was reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Uncharted, but also Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Peter Rabbit 2: Panic in the city, Cinderella, and No Time to Die, are delaying all their releases, once again due to the current pandemic. That of the next James Bond is now scheduled for October 8, 2021. If these latest titles keep a publication this year, On the other hand, it will be necessary to wait until 2022 to see the film Uncharted at the cinema, postponed to February 11 in the United States. And a few moments later it’s Morbius, the Marvel character played by Jared Leto scheduled for this fall, which finally announces to appear on January 21, 2022.
After many twists and turns between director changes, rewrites and delays, the work on the film Uncharted had never advanced so far as last year. Finished at the end of 2020, the shooting even shared a handful of images with us in order to wait until the release. Also remember that according to the CEO of Sony Pictures, three movies and seven TV series based on PlayStation game licenses are in development. In the batch, only the series The Last of Us by HBO, the movie Uncharted with Tom Holland and the series Twisted Metal have been formalized.
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